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If you know you are allergic to bee stings or have been stung multiple times, then you should not use a natural bee sting treatment. Bee sting home remedies are not meant for anyone who experiences severe reactions to a sting. Severe reactions may include difficulty breathing, throat tightness and other indications of a severe allergic response.
However, for most people, bee stings are only an annoying and painful occurrence that can be treated without medical intervention. According to the University of California Integrated Pest Management Program, “Only a very limited portion of the population — one to two people out of 1,000 — is allergic or hypersensitive to bee or wasp stings.”
The most common reaction to a sting from a bee involves some pain, swelling and itching only at the area where you were stung. In this episode of Ancient Medicine Today, I share 7 natural remedies for bee stings for quick relief of these pesky symptoms.
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